Don Jackson, September 26 2013
Former host of one of Canada’s most popular radio shows spanning three decades.
Chicken Soup for the Soul author, broadcaster, storyteller.
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It's been said that in a park on Long Island, New York, there is a sycamore tree that cries, weeps, growls or whines depending on the spirit's mood. The tree was planted in the ground over the body of a murdered Native American. His grief-stricken wife planted the tree as a symbol of life over 250 years ago.
Is there a spirit in the tree?
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Don Jackson previously hosted "Lovers and Other Strangers" as heard from 1990 to 2010 on CHFI 98.1 Toronto.